Bereavement, the loss by death of someone loved, is one of the most severe psychological traumas that people suffer. This text is about how widows and widowers deal with the loss of a spouse. Why do some recover from the loss relatively easily, while others never seem to completely recover? The authors, who are authorities on loss and bereavement, discuss the factors that play a role in successful recovery, and in doing so offer a guide for all clinicians who work with the bereaved.
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